ANG1101 -4 Satisfying Consumer Needs

Informations sur l'examen ANG1101
  • Section Written Text Comprehension and Writing : 90 minutes
    Written Text Comprehension: 45 minutes - Writing: 45 minutes
  • Section Oral Interaction : 33 minutes
    (30 minutes for the preparation and 2 to 3 minutes for the interaction)

DDE BIM Novembre 2012 [ Afficher ]


General Information
Broad Areas of Learning
  • Citizenship
  • The World of Work
  • Health and Well-Being
  • Environmental and Consumer Awareness

Subject Area
  • Languages

Class of Situations
  • Obtaining goods and services in an
    English-speaking environment
Program of Study
  • English as a Second Language

  • Satisfying Consumer Needs
Essential Elements Targeted by the Evaluation
Competency in dealing with a situation
pertaining to the following categories of
  • Interacting orally
  • Making use of written language
Categories of Essential Knowledge
  • Language functions
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar

Domaine d'examen

Essential Knowledge

Essential Knowledge targeted for the evaluation of the competencies is listed below. The elements identified by an asterisk * may be selected for explicit evaluation of subject-specific knowledge.

Language Functions
  • Asking for and giving information
  • Asking for and responding to directions and instructions
  • Asking for or granting permission
  • Asking for repetition/clarification
  • Complaining
  • Expressing gratitude
  • Expressing likes and dislikes
  • Expressing satisfaction/ dissatisfaction
  • Expressing wants and needs
  • Making appointments/arrangements
  • Requesting
  • Requesting/accepting/declining assistance

  • Basic health needs (common illnesses/symptoms/injuries, medical professionals, parts of the body, needs (syrup, bandages, pacifier, etc.)*
  • Consumerism (expressions of courtesy, goods, services, descriptions, methods of payment, places to obtain goods (shopping centre, flea market, Web sites, etc.), sections in a department store, service station and car repairs, types of stores, etc.)*
  • Emergency (emergency services, safety instructions)*
  • Technology-related vocabulary found on common devices*

  • Word Classes*
    • Adjectives
      • adjectives of quality
      • adjectives of quantity (too much, too many)
      • indefinite adjectives (some, any)
      • possessive adjectives
    • Adverbs
      • adverbs of degree
      • adverbs of interrogation (How much, How many),
      • adverbs of quantity
      • adverbs of time (yesterday, last week)
    • Articles
      • definite
      • indefinite
    • Nouns
      • countable, uncountable
      • singular, plural
      • possessive case
    • Prepositions
      • prepositions of place
      • prepositions of time
    • Pronouns
      • demonstrative pronouns
      • object pronouns
    • Verbs
      • tense: simple past
      • modality: permission (can/may), polite requests with "can," "could," "would"
  • Linguistic structure*
    • Need/want + infinitive
    • polite requests with "would like"
  • Sentence structure*
    • types of sentences
    • word order
  • Phonology
    • pronunciation
    • stress patterns
  • Graphology*
    • Punctuation
    • spelling